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'Lost In Transmission' Recap: 'Fly Like An Eagle' - From Wagon To Hot Rod?

In the penultimate episode of Lost in Transmission, Rutledge Wood and George Flanigen are working with a 1981 AMC Eagle station wagon. They think they're going to turn it into a hot rod. We think t...   Read More... //www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_S_Frederick/2015/06/05/lost-in-transmission-recap-fly-like-an?ref_src=news_rss

'Lost In Transmission' Recap: 'Off Road Rust Bucket' - Anything But Cruising

In the fourth episode of Lost in Transmission, Rutledge Wood and George Flanigen's next patient is a 1972 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ-40. But in "Off Road Rust Bucket," our boys are doing anything but c...   Read More... //www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_S_Frederick/2015/05/29/lost-in-transmission-recap-off-road-ru?ref_src=news_rss

'Lost In Transmission' Recap: 'Fire In The Hole'

Tonight's episode of Lost in Transmission has nothing to do with the Elmore Leonard short story called "Fire in the Hole." Really, it's more about Rutledge and George trying not to light themselves... //www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_S_Frederick/2015/05/22/lost-in-transmission-recap-fire-in-the?ref_src=news_rss

'Lost In Transmission' Recap: 'The Thing' - Orange Spells Danger

The second episode of Lost in Transmission, "The Thing," features as unique a car as you'll ever see. Naturally, our pal Rutledge Wood thinks this is awesome, while his partner in crime George Flanigen is much more concerned. We're sort of with George on this one. The patient this week is a 1974 VW Thing, or as George puts it, "a shipping container with wheels." Kevin needs a little help putting it back together, and picking out another paint color, because this car is road cone orange with camouflage duct tape holding the windows together. He also wants it back in two weeks, because he drives it every day. Rut thinks it can be handled for a cool $6,000. George questions his math. READ MORE...

'Lost In Transmission' Recap: 'Drowned Delorean' - Back To The Future?

From the network that brought you Top Gear comes an all-new series featuring co-host Rutledge Wood, his friends, family and of course, a whole lot of cars. Lost in Transmission follows Rutledge and his friend George Flanigen as they try to help folks whose memorable rides have been through the wringer. In "Drowned Delorean," Rutledge and George start their journey with one wrecked Back to the Future car and a whole lot of panache. READ MORE...